Our upcoming art fundraiser will feature our teen art!!!
Sunday, August 20, 2023
Wednesday, August 9, 2023
Have you seen the fabulous art our teens have made to help fundraise for Teen Camp this Winter? Here is a sneak preview!
Monday, July 31, 2023
Location: Northwest Community Park, 2880 West Steele Lane, Santa Rosa. Park in the lot you first see. Our playing field is the only one bordering the access road, which you can also park on. (There are two other fields to the west.)
Here is a schedule of the games:
Mon. 7/31 at 8:50 pm – Team CSL vs. All About That Base
Mon. 8/7 at 7:40 pm – Team CSL vs. Community Action Sluggers
Mon. 8/14 at 7:40 pm – Team CSL vs. The Foldy Holds
Playoffs will be announced if we make it!
Thursday, May 12, 2022
Friday, November 19, 2021
As 2021 edges into the holiday season and a brand new year is emerging on the horizon, we want to acknowledge with much love and appreciation all of the care and dedication Susan Robinson has put into creating and maintaining this extraordinary resource for parents and children of all ages. Although Susan has moved on from her position as Youth and Family Ministry Director at the Center, we will keep her blog posts available for the valuable inspiration they provide.
Kind regards and best wishes,
Webmaster and Communications Officer
Sunday, September 19, 2021
If you are in need of prayer or wish to look into what our local center has available for prayer support click either of the links below. You will likely receive a redirect notice, just click the link in the redirect and it will take you to the pages on our Center's website. Licensed Prayer Practitioners are also available on a fee for service basis.
"Seek to make your work a prayer, your believing an act, your living an art. It is then that the object of your faith will be made visible to you." Ernest Holmes
Having a good support system or friend network to tap into is also helpful. This applies to parents and children. Having a quiet space in your home can also be very helpful. Calm down corners are quite popular. You can fill them with stuffed animals, books, meditation timers, finger labyrinths you name it. There are many ideas on the internet if you need a little help getting started.
Research and knowledge can also be helpful. Having good safety practices in place can help when an emergency arrises. Below is a link to the US Department of Health and Human Services - Safety practices for Toddlers and more. While this article mostly talks about younger children there are two links at the bottom with more tips.
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